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Westshield Civil Engineering Ltd & Anor v Buckingham Group Contracting Ltd [2013] EWHC 1825 (TCC)

28th Jun 2013

Westshield Civil Engineering Ltd & Anor v Buckingham Group Contracting Ltd [2013] EWHC 1825 (TCC)150 Con LR 225: [2013] CILL 3395 

Application for the enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision and declaratory relief in relation to the effect thereof.  The Court found that although the adjudicator’s decision should be enforced, that decision was not final and binding because the contractor had issued legal proceedings within 28 days of that decision and had therefore “commenced” them within that period.

(Instructed by Trowers & Hamlin LLP)

Related barrister: Serena Cheng

To read the full judgment please click here.

28 June 2013





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